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About a 100 different things.no gas,no combustion,blocked exhaust,no fuel getting into combustion chamber,fuel filter blocked,camshaft not going round,air filter blocked,ie,rag been sacked up into intake,broken wire on ignition or diesel pump,diesel pump got air in system,fuel pump not working etc
A possible fuel pump pressure issue. You will need to have a garage check the fuel line pressure. The engine requires more fuel on cold start and a failing pump may not be able to cope with supply. This may also be apparent at high revs, but not as apparent as cold start.
If you ran out of gas you may need to bleed the injectors for air in the line. You can find the bleeder valve on the fuel Rail. It looks like a tire valve stem. Have someone start or ttry to start the motor over while you hold it down to see if any air is comeing out. Continue to hold untill all the air is out and nothing but fuel is flowing. By this time the engine should be running.
Need to see if the fuel pump is smoked,have someone listen( with the fuel cap off) for the fuel pump when you turn the key on,should run for like 3 seconds.
The light that says"low fuel" should read " Fuel pump overheat" as far as I am concerned.
The fuel cools the pump,when the fuel gets low it's really hard on the pump.
Don't have an answer but I am stuck on mine still I used a wedger a pry bar got it so far and still stuck getting the CV Axel out heck I even wasted a whole can of pb blaster for this job its a 1996 Chrysler Concorde lx
In some cases running a car out of gas, especially older with higher mileage will ruin the fuel pump or finish what was going to happen soon anyhow.When a car runs all the way low on fuel it can **** in debris and dirt from bottom of tank and ruin the fuel pump.